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HNF_150H_Practice_Test_3_With_Answers

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HNF 150H Practice Test 3 With Answers 1. In a dietary deficiency of folate, there are decreasing numbers of mature red blood cells to carry the oxygen from the lungs to the tissues. This condition is known as a. achlorhydria. B. megaloblastic anemia. c. ariboflavinosis. d. hemorrhagic disease. 2. The time to focus on nutrition and pregnancy is 3. A pregnant woman who is a vegan would need to take nutrient supplements for 4. Vitamin B-12 is absorbed through the 1
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5. The essential difference between anorexia and bulimia a. is age of onset. Bulimia begins in early childhood. b. is gender. Men are far more likely to suffer from anorexia nervosa when they enter their teens. c. is that anorexia patients are much more secretive, while bulimia patients are much more open about their eating disorder. D. is that the bulimic turns to food during a crisis or problem whereas the anorexic turns away from food. 6. Ferritin and hemosiderin are 7. Individuals with Wilson's disease over-accumulate ________ in the liver, brain, and kidneys. 8. During pregnancy the increased needs for zinc can be met by 2
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9. Foods to avoid in a pre-game meal are A. hot dogs. b. spaghetti. c. low-fat milk. d. All of these choices are correct. 10. Vitamin B-12 is supplied mostly in 11. The amount of calcium in the adult body is approximately
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